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Track 16 Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Some Paintings
Curated by: Doug Harvey
3571 Hayden Avenue
Culver City, CA 90232


January 12th, 2008 - February 16th, 2008
Opening: 
January 12th, 2008 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
 
Unfolding the Stone, Dani TullDani Tull, Unfolding the Stone, 2007
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“SOME PAINTINGS” 
THE THIRD (2007) LA WEEKLY ANNUAL BIENNIAL

CURATED BY DOUG HARVEY
JANUARY 12–FEBRUARY 16, 2008

“Some paintings give me diamonds, some paintings, heart attacks 
Some paintings I give all my bread to, I don’t ever want it back

Some paintings give me jewelry, others buy me clothes 
Some paintings give me children, I never asked them for.”

Jagger/Richards/Harvey

1 November, 2007–Track 16 Gallery is proud to present “Some Paintings,” the third (2007) LA Weekly Annual Biennial, curated by Doug Harvey. Featuring the work of over 70 living Los Angeles painters, the exhibition is a long-overdue large-scale celebration of LA’s vital and ongoing exploration of the longest-lasting, most constantly reinvented medium in the fine arts. The show runs from January 12 through February 16, 2008, with an opening reception on Saturday, January 12 from 7 P.M. to 11 P.M. with refreshments and performances by The Spirit Girls, Wounded Lion, John Kilduff of Let’s Paint TV, and others.

The exact list of participating artists will not be officially revealed until the joint opening/publication of the annual LA Weekly Art Issue, but “Some Paintings” will include works by the famous and the unknown, and range from pure abstraction to photorealism, and include available works from many of LA’s most cherished masters and hottest emerging talents. None of the work in “Some Paintings” has been previously exhibited in Los Angeles, and most of it will be barely dry.

While not claiming to be exhaustive, or even comprehensive, “Some Paintings” is an idiosyncratically personal and optimistic love letter spelling out the potential inherent in the world’s third-oldest profession and how it is currently manifesting itself in our city.

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